(Bismarck, ND) — North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum is considering whether or not to sign a measure that would raise the 30-day limit of THC for medical marijuana patients. The bill passed the state House yesterday after previously being approved by the Senate. The measure would increase the 30-day limit of the psychoactive ingredient able to be purchased by medical marijuana users in lotions and tinctures from four-thousand milligrams to six-thousand milligrams. The bill is aimed at moving patients away from smoking dried leaves and flowers to using manufactured products.
Burgum To Consider Bill Raising THC Limit For Medical Marijuana Patients